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: HENRY WOOD PROMENADE CONCERT

RAE WOODLAND (soprano)
JANET BAKER (contralto)
BBC CHORUS and CHORAL SOCIETY
GOLDSMITHS' CHORAL UNION Conductor.
Frederick Haggis HARROW CHORAL SOCIETY Honorary conductor, Clarice Brooksbank
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Erich Gruenberg
Conducted by LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI
From the Royal Albert Hall Part 1
Totenfeier: Allegro maestoso

Contributors

Soprano: Rae Woodland
Contralto: Janet Baker
Conductor: Frederick Haggis Harrow
Conductor: Clarice Brooksbank
Leader: Erich Gruenberg
Conducted By: Leopold Stokowski

: LAW IN ACTION

Hearing the Other Side
. by H. W. R. WADE
Professor of English Law in the University of Oxford
The former Brighton Chief Constable, Mr. Ridge, was summarily dismissed by the Watch Committee without a hearing. The House of Lords recently declared this dismissal invalid. In discussing the wide implications of this important decision, Professor Wade considers whether there is a right of self-defence before government departments, local councils, and other organs of government.

Contributors

Unknown: H. W. R. Wade

: * PROMENADE CONCERT

Part 2: Mahler
Symphony No. 2 (continued)
Landler: Andante moderato Scherzo: Calmly flowing
Urlicht i Primordial Light) Finale

: LENZ

by Georg Biichner
Translated by GORONWY REES Music by HUMPHREY SEARLE
Paul Scofield reads Buchner's poetic and clinical narrative describing how the poet and playwright JAKOB MICHAEL REINHOLD LENZ (1751-1792), contemporary of Goethe, was gradually engulfed by madness while staying with a kindly pastor in the Vosges Music played by a section of Sinfonia of London conducted by the composer Production by H. B. FORTUIN Third broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Georg Biichner
Translated By: Goronwy Rees
Music By: Humphrey Searle
Music By: Paul Scofield
Production By: H. B. Fortuin








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